LEAD relies on a variety of training and facilitation methods and techniques. Used whenever applicable, these methods are aimed at enhancing individual and group interaction while maximizing learning. Some of these methods are:
- Brief presentations by the consultant.
- Group debriefs.
- Individual and team exercises, indoors and outdoors.
- Behavior modeling and role-plays.
- One-to-one and group discussions.
- Case studies, simulations and small projects.
- Video films, videotaping and playback.
- Self-analysis questionnaires and learning instruments.
- Individual action plans (to follow up and evaluate training results).
Most training programs are held from 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (lunch included). However, some particularly in-company programs are more intensive with extended hours.
Action Plans and Training Follow-up
to ensure the concepts and skills introduced in our programs are duly transferred to the workplace, LEAD is ready to incorporate an “action plan” section at the end of any training program. This section will constitute an integral part of the training and will be completed by the participants before the closing of the program.
If requested by the client, LEAD also stands ready to design a follow-up training session and/or consult with the client to try to expedite the transfer of learning and to deal with any post-training issues which may impact the business.